Wood (11-11) took hold of a 2-0 lead after two innings, but the Pirates managed an unearned run in the fourth inning before tying the game on a fifth-inning home run. Wood watched Pittsburgh take a lead on an RBI double in the sixth but still ended up with his 11th straight quality start. He owns a 2.78 ERA, 1.14 WHIP and 170:45 K:BB ratio in 171 2/3 innings. Wood's slated to start the season finale Sunday against the Phillies.
Cole (11-5) has racked up four straight wins, striking out 29 batters and walking only three while posting quality starts each time during that stretch. He owns a 3.78 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 126:40 K:BB ratio in 131 innings. Cole is slated to face the Reds in Sunday's season finale.
Chapman hasn't allowed a hit in more than two weeks, and he hasn't given up a run since his Aug. 17 meltdown. He owns a 2.12 ERA, 0.86 WHIP and 100:24 K:BB ratio in 51 innings.
Cueto (19-9) had a rough outing in his last start, but he bounced back in a big way Tuesday, limiting Milwaukee to just a sixth-inning solo home run. He owns a 2.29 ERA, 0.97 WHIP and 235:65 K:BB ratio in 235 2/3 innings. He'll go for win No. 20 in the season finale against the Pirates Sunday.
Fiers (6-4) fell behind right away, surrendering back-to-back solo home runs in the first inning, but though he pitched well over the remainder of his outing, the offense wasn't able to pick him up. Fiers owns a 1.92 ERA, 0.85 WHIP and 69:16 K:BB ratio in 65 2/3 innings. He's scheduled to close the season for the Brewers Sunday against the Cubs.
Dickey (14-12) gave up two runs in the third inning to fall behind 2-1, but the Blue Jays offense took advantage of a rare off-night by Felix Hernandez to rack up seven runs in the fifth and help Dickey cruise to a win in his sixth straight quality start. He owns a 3.78 ERA, 1.24 WHIP and 171:71 K:BB ratio in 209 2/3 innings. Dickey's slated to face the Orioles in the season finale Sunday.
Hernandez (14-6) had a rare off-night Tuesday, giving up a run in the first inning before the Blue Jays exploded offensively in the fifth. He owns a 2.34 ERA, 0.94 WHIP and 241:46 K:BB ratio in 230 2/3 innings with one more scheduled start remaining Sunday. The dud drops him to second in the AL ERA race behind Chris Sale.
Cishek had allowed just three hits in seven scoreless innings during September going into Tuesday, but despite surrendering multiple hits for the first time since Aug. 23, he still extended his scoreless streak to 10 innings. Cishek owns a 3.22 ERA and 82:21 K:BB ratio in 64 1/3 innings.
Alvarez (12-6) has turned in three straight quality starts and continues to excel despite a pedestrian strikeout rate. He owns a 2.70 ERA, 1.22 WHIP and 108:33 K:BB ratio in 180 innings. He's slated to face the Nationals in the season finale Sunday.
Hamels (9-8) put together his seventh straight quality start Tuesday, with the Marlins scrapping together a run in the fourth inning and another in the fifth to pull out a win. Hamels owns a 2.47 ERA, 1.17 WHIP and 191:58 K:BB ratio in 196 2/3 innings. He's set to face the Braves in the season finale Sunday.